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  1. Francis Albert Rollo Russell (11 July 1849 – 30 March 1914) was an English meteorologist and scientific writer. Russell was also an alternative cancer treatment advocate who promoted the idea that cancer is caused by excessive consumption of meat, alcohol, coffee and tea . Contents 1 Biography 2 Meteorology 3 Cancer research 4 Selected publications

    • Alice Sophia Godfrey, ​ ​(m. 1885; died 1886)​, Gertrude Ellen Cornelia Joachim, ​ ​(m. 1891)​
    • 30 March 1914 (aged 64), Holland Street, Kensington, London, England
  2. Francis Albert Rollo Russell was an English meteorologist and scientific writer.

  3. Francis Albert Rollo Russell (11 July 1849 – 30 March 1914) was an English meteorologist and scientific writer. Russell was also an alternative cancer treatment advocate who promoted the idea that cancer is caused by excessive consumption of meat, alcohol, coffee and tea . Contents 1 Biography 2 Meteorology 3 Cancer research 4 Selected publications

  4. Rollo Russell English meteorologist Upload media Wikipedia Date of birth 11 July 1849 Pembroke Lodge Date of death 30 March 1914 Cause of death sepsis Country of citizenship United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Educated at Christ Church Occupation meteorologist Father John Russell, 1st Earl Russell Mother Frances Russell Sibling

  5. Francis Albert Rollo Russell (Author of On Hail) Francis Albert Rollo Russell was an English meteorologist and scientific writer. Russell was also an alternative cancer treatment advocate who promoted t... Francis Albert Rollo Russell was an English meteorologist and scientific writer.

  6. 18 de dic. de 2009 · Hon. Francis Albert Rollo Russell (1849-1914), a meteorologist noted for his study of the worldwide effects of the 1883 volcanic explosion on the Indonesian island of Krakatoa, wrote Unitarian hymns with a scientific flavor. He served in the British foreign office until failing eyesight forced his resignation.

  7. Bertrand Arthur William Russell (Trellech, Monmouthshire; 18 de mayo de 1872-Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, 2 de febrero de 1970) fue un filósofo, matemático, lógico y escritor británico, ganador del Premio Nobel de Literatura. Tercer conde de Russell, pertenecía a una de las familias aristocráticas más prominentes del Reino Unido.